Outback Stores’ Board of Directors is primarily responsible for determining the company’s goals in line with its vision and mission. It monitors the financial performance of the company and oversees major business decisions such as budget approval, new store management agreements and executive appointments. Essentially, it controls and monitors the framework of the business and acts to ensure it is run in line with corporate governance requirements and Outback Stores’ goals.
As Outback Stores is a non-listed company, the Board does not represent shareholders, but does act in the interest of its key stakeholders – the Indigenous communities with whom it works, Government, staff and suppliers.
Outback Stores’ Board is comprised of six non-executive directors. Between them, Board members bring to the organisation strong experience in retail, logistics and supply chain management, as well as an understanding of Indigenous culture.